THINK BIG. start small.
Garreth Wigg is a teacher, part-time lecturer and school leader. He is driven by a strong belief in life-long learning and unleashing the potential everyone possesses. Garreth is an avid learner who believes in the fluid nature of 'truth' and 'facts', driving his own desire for continuous learning.
Garreth has had a broad range of teaching experiences over the past ten years. His experiences as a classroom teacher and leader in the various Catholic schools in NSW and the ACT, positions teaching in NSW DoE schools and roles in various schools in London have all shaped his pedagogy. The foundations of Garreth's teaching philosophy are summarised by the following:
Share | Collaborate | Investigate | Ideate | Explore | Evolve
Garreth currently leads ICT, Administration and Student Innovation in a multi-campus K-6 school in regional NSW. He co-lectures at The Australian Catholic University, providing pre-service teachers with insight into digital technologies within the curriculum. Garreth also designs, coordinates and facilitates professional learning experiences for staff in ACT and adjacent NSW schools through The INNovator's Network.
Garreth loves to reach out and connect with others, challenge and be challenged. Let's connect!
CECG System Performance Award for Outstanding Achievement, 2018. NSW Winner.
NEiTA ASG Inspirational Teaching Awards, 2012. NSW State Finalist.
Australian Positive Teacher of the Year Award, 2011. Nominated.
Wigg, G. (2018). Google Innovator. Scan Online Journal for Educators, Vol. 37, Issue 3.
Wigg, G. (2013). Twitter or: How I'm learning that social media is my friend. Practically Primary, 18(3), 34.